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Academic Article In situ immunofluorescence analysis: immunofluorescence microscopy.
Academic Article In situ immunofluorescence analysis: analyzing RNA synthesis by 5-bromouridine-5'-triphosphate labeling.
Academic Article Mitotic retention of gene expression patterns by the cell fate-determining transcription factor Runx2.
Academic Article The subnuclear organization of histone gene regulatory proteins and 3' end processing factors of normal somatic and embryonic stem cells is compromised in selected human cancer cell types.
Academic Article Transcriptional corepressor TLE1 functions with Runx2 in epigenetic repression of ribosomal RNA genes.
Academic Article Live cell imaging of the cancer-related transcription factor RUNX2 during mitotic progression.
Academic Article Multiple subnuclear targeting signals of the leukemia-related AML1/ETO and ETO repressor proteins.
Academic Article Ajulemic acid, a nonpsychoactive cannabinoid acid, induces apoptosis in human T lymphocytes.
Academic Article Mitotic partitioning and selective reorganization of tissue-specific transcription factors in progeny cells.
Academic Article Immunofluorescence analysis using epitope-tagged proteins: in vitro system.
Academic Article Quantitative signature for architectural organization of regulatory factors using intranuclear informatics.
Academic Article In situ nuclear organization of regulatory machinery.
Academic Article Staged assembly of histone gene expression machinery at subnuclear foci in the abbreviated cell cycle of human embryonic stem cells.
Academic Article Reprogramming the pluripotent cell cycle: restoration of an abbreviated G1 phase in human induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells.
Concept Microscopy, Fluorescence
Academic Article A germline point mutation in Runx1 uncouples its role in definitive hematopoiesis from differentiation.

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